Simple past, present and futureUses of “have”
What are irregular verbs?
Most verbs in the English language take -ed to form the past tense and the past participle forms. 297 more words
Would, should and could are known as auxiliary verbs or modal verbs. They are the past tense of will, shall, and can. In this post, we will show you detailed examples of when you should use “would.” At the bottom of the post, there are links to webpages discussing the uses of “will” versus “would.” There are also links to quizzes. 466 more words
Many of you have expressed frustration over auxiliary verbs. However, they’re not that bad! It’s important to remember that when I say “auxiliary verbs” I am referring to both the primary auxiliaries (do, be, have) and modal auxiliaries (will, should, shall, etc.). 157 more words